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Multi-generational protesters gather in San Francisco to stop Asian hatredThousands marched through San Francisco to Union Square on Saturday calling for an end to the Asian-American attacks across the country. Wilson Walker reports. (27.3.21)

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Precise forecast on Saturday eveningThe weekend warm-up continues, says meteorologist Darren Peck. (27.3.21)

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PIX nowSaturday morning headlines from the KPIX 5 newsroom

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TODAY forecast: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamThe warming trend continues with no evidence of rain

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Historic San Jose Apartment Building will be relocated on SundayA 111-year-old apartment building on 14 E. Reed Street in downtown San Jose will be relocated nearly a quarter of a mile away to 4th and Reed on Sunday. Maria Medina reports. (3-26-21)

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The “Flex Pool” program brings homeless San Franciscans together with vacant apartmentsThe number of vacant homes increased during the San Francisco pandemic. Now people affected by homelessness are being put into these empty units. Susie Steimle reports. (3-26-21)

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Students, alumnae rally to Demand Mills College in Oakland remain openThe battle to save a historic East Bay women’s college continued on Friday when Mills College announced a partnership to house 200 UC Berkeley freshmen on the Oakland campus this fall. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-26-21)

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Sonoma Seniors celebrate full vaccination with a day in the plazaBusiness picked up in Sonoma that Friday, but it was not the usual crowd sipping wine and eating out. Seniors live on it after many spent the past year in their homes. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-26-21)

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PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-26-21)

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Fmr. Warriors player Kelenna Azubuike talks about his new appearance and a good causeFormer Warriors Swingman Kelenna Azubuike is back. But he’s not on the ground, he’s on NBC Sports Bay Area giving clever commentary, analysis, and more. BR’s Vern Glenn had the chance to speak to Kelenna about his new organization, The Athletes’ Corner, and a great cause, Swishes for Dishes, that is turning high scores into meals for the people who need them.

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Reopening the Backlash for Oakland Elementary SchoolsOakland Unified’s youngest students were hoping to take advantage of an early reopening next week, but for most that won’t happen until April 19th. Andria Borba reports. (3-26-21)

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Oakland Launches Campaign to Support Local Asian-Owned BusinessesOakland executives are working to support the city’s Chinatown. You started the “Support AAPI Businesses” campaign on Friday. As Lin reports. (3-26-21)

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Facebook begins opening offices in the Bay Area with 10% capacity in MayMore than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced Facebook employees to work from home, the company will reopen its Bay Area offices with limited capacity in May. Juliette Goodrich reports. (3-26-21)

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COVID-19 vaccinations: recipients express relief and gratitude after the final doseHow does it feel to be fully vaccinated? Devin Fehely asked and got many happy answers. (3-26-21)

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The second season of “City On A Hill” premieres on SundayCBSN Bay Area speaks with Showtime’s “City on a Hill” star Kevin Bacon about the show’s upcoming second season.

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Precise forecast for Friday eveningThe chief meteorologist Paul Heggen delivers good news for fans of real spring weather. (3-26-21)

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Legislators visit southern US borderUS lawmakers from both sides of the Ganges visited the southern border to tackle the flood of migrants entering the country. (3-26-21)

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Napa Wine Country is reopening to indoor useNapa is well on its way to moving up the orange ranks next week, and that means the wineries can reopen indoors. Wilson Walker reports. (3-26-21)

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Coastside Cleanup Group Says Pandemic PPE Is Choking BeachesMasks and gloves can save lives on land, but they also kill wildlife in and around our oceans. Maria Medina reports. (3-25-21)

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UCSF study examines immunity issuesWith one in four Californians now at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, questions arise about the durability of the vaccine and how long it will protect the recipient from the virus. Betty Yu reports. (3-25-21)

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Rally by Albany residents condemning anti-Asian violenceAs we continue to hear of cases of hate crimes against the Asian community, residents of a town in East Bay have come together to fight back against racism and violence. Andrea Nakano reports. (3-25-21)

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Santa Clara County’s health officials fear that the vaccine supply will be inadequate as eligibility increasesThe upgrading of vaccination eligibility is exciting for the head of the Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Office, but said Thursday that the Bay Area’s most populous county needs more vaccine supplies. Katie Nielsen reports. (3-25-21)

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